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Become your own storyteller and content creator and learn how to create your own environmental short film. Learn the essentials of filmmaking - from script writing to introduction to editing. Spark your imagination through moviemaking and video creation and discover the joy of how to make your own environmental film!

Any young aspiring filmmaker and their family (program is geared for kids under the age 18) can join experts from Talk to the Camera for a fun, interactive workshop and introduction to the CEFF Youth Filmmaker Festival Challenge. Submit your storyboard to CEFF by Sunday, February 21 to enter the Young Filmmaker Challenge. Winner(s) will receive mentoring from a professional filmmaker in 2021 to help you complete and submit your youth environmental film for consideration for CEFF's 2022 Festival!

Want to learn more? Check out our Young Filmmaker Mini-Workshops this week every day Monday 2/15-Thurs 2/19 from 4:00-4:30pm.

Presented by Talk to the Camera:

Audrey Walters is a professional SAG/AFTRA actress, entrepreneur, producer and author. In 2013, Audrey co-founded the award winning children's program, Talk to the Camera, to empower the next generation through video creation and filmmaking. Talk to the Camera is a home-based franchise, offering in-person and online STEAM programs for elementary age children. Audrey's years as media coach and mentor at a children’s talent agency fostered a passion for helping children grow creatively through on camera work. As a premier educator for the creative spirit and visual story-teller, Audrey is passionate about fusing art and technology to inspire kids to use their imaginations. Audrey is the producer of children enrichment videos- "KIDS-talk", author of the book- "Lights, Camera, Confidence", writer and creator of the TV series- “Biological” and Founding Media Coach at TTTC Studios. In addition, Audrey has several film and television credits - including AMC's Better Call Saul and Netflix Studio’s Walk. Ride. Rodeo.